Author: Christopher Flow

Community Sessions on Being More Social Justice Oriented

This coming Sunday and Tuesday evenings, D/W will lead a conversation pertaining to race, bias, and ally-ship. The sessions are the first steps to challenge us in shifting the practice of being non-racist to becoming an anti-racist in our community.

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Lent 2021 Daily Reflection

Thirty-four different members of our community shared their thoughts on Scripture, their stories, and their faith in order to make this series a reality.  It stands as a witness against those who see people as somehow less due to their

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Dignity/Washington’s Statement on Pope Francis’ Recent Comments in Favor of Same Sex Civil Unions

On October 21, as part of a documentary film entitled “Francesco” about the life and teaches of Pope Francis, he expressed support for creating laws for civil unions for same-sex couples. Dignity/Washington (a local chapter of LGBT Catholic individuals) is pleased

Dignity/Washington Calls to End Racial Injustice and White Supremacy

We at Dignity/Washington are saddened and outraged over the murder of George Floyd at the hands of four officers from the Minneapolis Police Department. Like so many others before him, his life ended too soon. The violence and brutality that we continue to witness toward black and brown communities throughout the United States stands in direct opposition to the fundamental principles of our Catholic faith.

Dignity/Washington Virtual Sunday Mass

VIEW LATEST SUNDAY MASS: Dignity/Washington in light of the COVID-19 pandemic will be recording and posting a celebration of our Mass each week made with contributions from the community and safe procedures. This Mass will be posted online to our

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COVID-19 Community Cancellations & Updates

THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED AS THE SITUATION DEVELOPS March 19, 2020 Please read this letter from Daniel Barutta providing you with information about Dignity/Washington in the era of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Also you can view a modified version

Lent 2020 Daily Reflection

Forty-seven different members of our community shared their thoughts on Scripture, their stories, and their faith in order to make this booklet a reality.  It stands as witness against those who see people as somehow less due to their non-typical

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A Chat after Mass Sept. 23: PrEP 101

After Mass on September 23, Dignity/Washington will host a representative from Whitman Walker Clinic, who will speak on “PrEP: What is it?, How do we get it and who should use it“. Join us at 7 p.m. at St. Margrets

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The Kindness Catalogue

Visit Dignity/Washington’s Lenten Catalogue of Kindness and submit your act as a part of our “40 Days of Lent – 40 Acts of Kindness” Program. Every Sunday, we will print them out, bring it to Mass, and offer up our

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Job Opening – Communications Coordinator

Dignity/Washington is seeking to hire a paid part-time Communications Coordinator to promote public awareness of Dignity/Washington and its mission. Communications will focus on current and upcoming activities (as well as reporting on recent events) to Dignity/Washington members, and to the

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